This year’s Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach will look and feel a little different, but race organizers say attendees can still expect a weekend filled with loud noises, food and libations, and a concert on Saturday, Sept. 25.
A report released on March 5 detailed failures by LSU to report cases of sexual misconduct and abuse and said Alexander knew about allegations.
The project will include a new turf football/soccer field, six-lane track, new bleachers and additional facilities for both boys’ and girls’ sports programs.
This was the first ever U.S.-based Olympic qualifying event for skateboarding, which is a new sport for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
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While the gates for the Grand Prix races don’t open till Friday, there’s still lots of race-related happenings in the week before. Here’s a run-down of all the events:
On the track, every run during practice, qualifying and competition had fans on their toes as competitors made their start from Seaside Way onto turn 1 into the Long Beach Convention Center parking lot, hitting speeds of up to 100 mph.
With a shot at the 2018 Professional Fighters League championship and $1 million top prize, the stakes were high for fighters competing in the PFL9 playoffs at the Long Beach Arena on Saturday.
PFL fighters go through an open workout at Groundwork Fitness as they prepare for the PFL9
Long Beach State Athletics announced yesterday that construction will begin in early 2018 on a locker room facility to accommodate the women’s soccer and softball teams.